The most attractive free museums in America

The United States is famous for some of the best museums in the world and some of them are free to visit.

Smithsonian Museums, Washington DC

The capital of the United States has an expensive living standard, with the exception of the museum entrance fee. The Smithsonian's museum exhibits historical, scientific and artistic topics that are ready to welcome visitors of any age. With a total of 13 museums in the system, visitors can get lost in the natural world at the Natural History Museum or Picasso paintings at the Art Museum.

The planes in the aviation museum - the space within the Smithsonian museum system. Photo: Smithsonian Institution.

Cleveland Art Museum, Cleveland, Ohio

This world-class museum, established in 1913, is always open to visitors from all over the world to explore the artworks brought from Egypt, Europe, Asia ... You can admire the paintings. paintings by artists Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet, Linnell and Degas. In addition, artifacts, sculptures, blown glass are the most beautiful artifacts at CAM (short for Cleveland Art Museum).

A painting of "Noah: The Eve of the Deluge" by artist John Linnell in 1848 hangs in the museum. Photo:

Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, Illinois

Chicago is a worthy destination for photography lovers. Beautiful scenery, impressive architecture, friendly people and of course, the Museum of Contemporary Photography.

Located on the campus of Columbia College Chicago and established in 1984, this is the leading photography museum in the Midwest region of the United States. The exhibited works are made by students, researchers, experts, and teachers. You will also be able to learn about the evolution of technology over time through camera lenses.

Those who love photography can hardly leave the Museum of Contemporary Photography Art. Photo: Richard / Flickr

Toledo Art Museum and Glass Pavilion, Toledo, Ohio

Founded more than a century ago, in 1901, the Toledo Art Museum is known worldwide for its valuable collections. More than 30,000 works of art symbolizing the Americas and Europe including paintings, art history on glass, artifacts of Greece, Rome, Egypt, Asia and Africa ... are displayed scientifically. and rich in aesthetics.

In addition, the activities of the Glass Pavilion (part of the Toledo Art Museum, opened in 2006) introduce art on glass materials with about 5,000 artifacts from ancient to present. The Glass Pavilion itself was awarded the "Best museum" by Travel + Leisure magazine in 2007.

Glass work by artist Ginny Ruffner 1990 "Beauty as Drama" in Glass Pavilion. Photo: Hanneorla / Flickr.

J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

For those who love the green spaces of elegant gardens, art and architecture, this is the place for you. This elegant architecture brings many of the world's most perfect art masterpieces, and the work itself is a work. Visitors to the museum will be fascinated by the paintings, sculptures, decorations and many photographs from Europe and America. All museum collections are purchased or given as gifts from around the world.

Do not forget to book a table and enjoy a meal at the museum's restaurant, where diners will be immersed in the atmosphere of true craftsmanship in every corner.

Paul Getty Museum is a museum building with a very strange architecture. Photo: Mariotticarlo.itj.

Jane Addams Hull-House, Chicago, Illinois

Jane Addams was born in Cedarville, Illinois in 1860. After graduating from Rockford Female Seminary in 1881, she and Ellen Gates Starr founded the Hull-House social organization in west Chicago in 1889. Her life until before his death in 1935 were the days of tireless work in writing and the best effort for peace. Visiting the museum, those who are interested in social justice will fully agree that women can do many extraordinary things. After restoration and renovation, the second floor of the museum now has more unprecedented artifacts such as Addams bedroom, diaries, photos and Nobel Peace Prize.

Jane Addams's house has now been renovated and exhibits additional artifacts. Photo: wikipedia.

The Wheelwright Museum of the American India, Santa Fe, New Mexico

If you are interested in learning about history and are interested in the formation and development of the United States as well as the indigenous people, this is a place that brings a lot of information, especially about the Navajo people. From woven baskets, pottery and paintings made by Navajo artists, they are all elegantly decorated. You can often come here if possible because the museum changes the exhibits constantly. Founded in 1937 by Mr. Mary Cabot Wheelwright, from Boston and Hastiin Klah, a Navajo singer and pharmacist, The Wheelwright Museum of the American India is a destination you should not miss when you arrive in Santa Fe, state New Mexico.

The sculpture of two people sitting in front of the museum's special architectural building. Photo:

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